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The application of radiolabeled fatty acids to measurements of fatty add oxidation is discussed and a method for measuring the rate of β‐oxidation and of acetyt‐CoA oxidation to CO2 is described. In hepatocytes from starved or fed rats, ethanol inhibited total /?‐oxidation in the presence of 1.3...
We have made a comparison between groups of rats fed ethanol and a diet that received intragastric infusion of ethanol continuously for prolonged periods varying only in the amount of fat in the diet (percentage of total calories as fat was 5, 25, and 35%). A fourth group of rats fed high fat...
The acute oral administration of ethanol to normal subjects resulted in an inrease in erythrocyte aldehyde dehydrogenase activity. Incubation of blood with ethanol at 37 for 2 hr also increased the enzyme activity. By contrast, addition of ethanol directly to the enzyme after its partial...
This article presents a review and update of recent experiments conducted in collaboration with Dr. C. S. Lieber on mechanisms underlying the increased cancer risk associated with alcohol abuse. Ethanol has been found to be a potent inducer of microsomal enzymes involved in carcinogen metabolism...
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